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1984 
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VOLUME LVI 

Union College 

Barbourville, Kentucky 



Weeks-Townssr i Memorial Library 

Union,College 
Barbourville, KY 40906 






The Inauguration 

of Our New 

President 



On September 30, 1983, Jack 
Carter Phillips was inaugu- 
rated as the fifteenth presi- 
dent of Union College. 




Over 60 guests, presidents of colleges and uni- and into the Conway Boatman Chapel. The 

versifies or their respresentatives, led off the Board of Trustees, officers of the college, and 

colorful academic procession, down the walk the faculty followed, 
from Centennial Hall to College Street (above) 



President Emeritus Mah- 
lon Miller passes on the 
medallion with the seal of 
the college to our new 
president. The president 
wears it with his academic 
regalia on ceremonial occa- 
sions. 






President Phillips delivers his inaugural 
address, the climax of the ceremonies, 
from the pulpit of the Conway Boatman 
Chapel. 



The Chief Marshall of the academic pro- 
cession, Registrar Edwin LeMaster, and 
Vice President for Academic Affairs 
Dwight Stewart look smilingly on as 
Douglas Lunsford, who headed the aca- 
demic procession bearing the Centennial 
Flag, exchanges affectionate congratula- 
tions with President Phillips following 
the ceremonies. 




Copyright 1983 The Courier-Journal. 
Used by permission. 



The Inauguration Was A Time 
For Smiles 




Visiting dignitaries enjoyed a buffet brunch in the 
gymansium before the inaugural ceremonies. 



Some facts 
about the Inauguration 

Presidents and delegates from 61 col- 
leges and universities and 9 representa- 
tives from learned societies and assoca- 
tions attended the ceremonies. 

Besides flag bearer Douglas Lunsford, 
other students served as marshalls in the 
academic procession: Joe Karr, Donald 
"Happy" Mobelini, Michael Taylor, and 
Mathew Kompancaril. 



Campus Minister Quentin Scholtz smiles with the new president. 




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The President's Lady, 
Mrs. Juanita Phillips, 
smilingly poses here 
with daughter Annette. 
The president's wife 
plays an important role 
in the life of the college, 
serving as its official 
hostess and lending 
much time and effort to 
a variety of projects in 
its behalf. 



Serenely happy smiles — and a bit of hand- 
holding — are typical of the college's new 
president and his wife. They are shown here at 
the reception in the Student Center following 
the ceremonies in the Conway Boatman Chap- 
el. 



. . . And more facts 

Mayor Charles Buchanan proclaimed Septem- 
ber 30, 1983, the day of the inauguration, as 
"Jack and Juanita Phillips Day" in Barbour- 
ville. 

During the ceremonies, Dr. Robert L. Ander- 
son, minister of Barbourville's First Methodist 
Church and a trustee of the college read the 
Scripture passages. Dr. Douglas L. Blair, 
Chairman of the College's Board of Trustees, 
presided at the ceremonies. 

The Union College Singers, under Dr. Joe Tar- 
ry, sang the anthem "Praise the Lord" by 
George Frederick Handel. 




We've 
Got 
Gas 



The spectacular picture of the flaring of 
Union College's own new gas well was 
taken about 6 a.m. one morning in early 
November, 1983, shortly after drilling 
begun on October 19 and ending on Oc- 
tober 26, had struck natural gas in two 
rock formations over 2,000 feet down. 

Shortly after assuming office, President 
Phillips appointed an energy committee 
after Mr. Harold Jones, a Barbourville 
businessman, suggested that it might be 
possible to strike gas on college proper- 
ty. Mr. Jones, as chairman, worked with 
Dr. Deril Mays, Professor of Psycholo- 
gy, Mr. Samuel Davies, a trustee, and 
Mr. Walter Powell, Jr., President of our 
Alumni Association. The president im- 
mediately felt that the advantages 
outweighed the risks. Dr. Mays had al- 
ready done considerable ground work on 
the project. 

More than $50,000 in cash contributions 
and gifts-in-kind, all from citizens of the 
Barbourville area, financed the project. 
Alpha Gas, Wiser Oil, Allegheny Nucle- 
ar Surveys, Argo Energy Co., and Samar, 
who supplied the drilling rig, all helped 
with bringing the well in. 

With $141,000 budgeted for gas in the 
1983-84 fiscal year, with a line run from 
the well just south of College Park to the 
campus by Delta Natural Gas Co., early 
in 1984 the college was already begin- 
ning to realize substantial savings. 



Flaring 60 feet in the air, the flame of the 
gas well casts its light on (left to right) 
Harold Jones, Deril Mays, President 
Phillips, Samuel Davies, and Walter F. 
Powell, Jr. 




Copyright e> 1983, The Courier-Journal. Reprinted with 
permission. 



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Tension mounted as the drilling rig (right) bore downward into the 
earth. Harold Jones and Dr. Deril Mays (above) were frequently on 
hand to observe progress. Mr. Jones proposed to President Phillips that 
a gas well on Union College property might be feasible, and Dr. Mays 
contributed much to the project from his experience in drillin^oil 
wells in the Barbourville area. 





Wiser Oil Co. officials (below) measure the flow of gas from 
the well as Marshall Potter, Union's Director of Buildings and 
Grounds (left), and Edward Black, Vice President for Adminis- 
tration (center) look on in the background. Cecil Wilson (right), 
Union College trustee, expresses the concern everyone felt at 
this crucial moment. The gas was there, however! 



Wiser Oil employees put a control device 
on the outlet of the well as Milton Town- 
send and Walter Powell look on. 




In August 

The Weather 

Was Warm . . . 

President and Mrs. Phillips entertained 
entering freshmen at Baldwin Place dur- 
ing orientation. Suzanne Owens and 
Tammie Shepherd smile for the camera 
while Doug Lunsford, an orientation 
counselor, appears to have designs on 
President Jack Phillips's punch. 





Doug Lunsford watches 
in the background, 
Chuck Wood sits this 
one out, and Mike 
Smith shows his form at 
balloon bobbling as Jill 
Garner and Jennifer 
Van Sickle keep an eye 
on the proceedings. 



Lighthouse Singers Mindy Starr, Don 
Gilbert, and Ann Naglee have a friendly 
tussle over who gets in the swim first at a 
retreat at Pine Mountain State Resort 
Park at the beginning of the fall semes- 
ter. 




... But 

In January 
Came Snow 



The snow did not stop the active 
men in Stevenson Hall, however. 

(At left) Alvin Bailey moves to 
intercept Tim Gurran who is 
carrying the ball as the snow 
falls with the same abandon the 
players seem to have. 

(Below) Several of the men began 
to roll up a snowball on the front 
campus that grew bigger and 
bigger as they toiled to push it 
up in the direction of Centennial 
Hall. They finally managed to 
push it into the dormitory quad- 
rangle, and what with one thing 
and another, they added to it un- 
til the monster in the large pho- 
tograph was the result. The 
small picture shows the work in 
progress with Wally Eccleston, 
Mike Miller, Mosheer Abdel- 
Galil, Jason Wick, and master 
builder Ted Abner who is 
sculpting the upper part of the 
creation. In the large photo- 
graph, Roby Stamper, one of the 
original snowballers is second 
from left. 



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The Gangs Are All Here 




The Smith Gang: Four 
members of the A.J. 
Smith family are stu- 
dents at Union in the 
1983-1984 year. Shown 
here with mother, Mrs. 
Freda Smith, are Mi- 
chael, Johnny Lee, Tere- 
sa and Regina. This 
photograph was made 
the night of the Parents 
Weekend Banquet 
where Michael, Presi- 
dent of the Student Sen- 
ate was one of the 
speakers. 



At any college, there are always groups of students 
who have some common interest or who have some 
distinguishing factor that identifies them as a 
"gang." Those on these pages are not exactly 
"gangs," but they do share interests or some link 
that sets them apart as a group. 





The Basketball Fan Gang: 
(above) Steve Nagbe, Amos 
Sykes, and Al Barnes assume 
an unaccustomed seriousness 
while they wait for a game to 
begin. 

The Upward Bound Gang: 
(left) Bessi Roark, Verlene 
Congleton, and Sandy Peters 
display the plaque given to 
Upward Bound students. All 
three have now moved up to 
full time student status at 
Union. The college conducts 
the Upward Bound program 
each summer. 



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The Sons and Daughters of Alumni Gang: From 
Left, Deronda Collier, Suzanne Owens, Shawn Mc- 
Donald, Kent Wilson, Lisa Hampton, and Tim 
Carter. 



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Back row: Greg Warfield, Becky Warfield, Jon 
West, Clif Gregory, and Tony Abner. 




The Singing Gang: The Union Col- 
lege Singers concentrate on their 
director Dr. Joe Tarry, or else watch 
the music for their entrance. Mir- 
anda Stroud, Ann Naglee, Elin 
Crabtree, with husband Dan be- 
hind her, Deronda Collier, Carl 
Turner, Lori Morrison, and Cotha 
Van Doren perform in the Conway 
Boatman Chapel. 



The Hanging of the Greens 
Gang: Students and faculty 
members join in singing 
Christmas carols around the 
piano in the chapel as part of 
the annual ceremony during 
which the chapel windows are 
decorated for the Yuletide. 




There Was Music 




Tom Bledsoe and Rich Kirby (above) under the 
auspices of the Appalachian Semester, enterained an 
appreciative audience with a program of old-time 
mountain music in the Student Center in November, 
1983. 

Five faculty members (below) take a bow following 
their presentation of organ and vocal music, part of 
the observance of Martin Luther's 500th anniversary. 




Betty Stroud of the Music Department 
presented a recital of art songs and operatic 
arias in March, 1984. 




And Time For Fun 





Rickie Allen, dressed for the occasion, 
makes a personal purchase at the Daniel 
Boone Festival to satisfy the inner man. 
Shiela Tucker (left) of Union's Business 
Department demonstrates consumer 
economics as she attacks the business 
end of a hot dog. 




Susan Sprinkle clowns a bit and gets an answering grin from a child at the Crippled 
Children's Services at the Hearing Center Building. Susan is among those students who 
volunteer for such good services as part of their commitment to Union's C.R.O.S.S., the 
Campus Registry of Sharing Services. 




What 
Is It? 

Clockwise: A basket- 
ball floats under the 
starry gym lights. 
The gas line being 
buried under the ath- 
letic field. A closeup 
of Cumberland Falls. 
Reels for photo- 
graphic film. Year- 
book photographers 
do get whimiscal at 
times! 










ADMINISTRATION 
FACULTY AND STAFF 




President Jack C. Phillips 




Frances Patridge, Vice President for Student Affairs Edward Black, Vice President for Administrate 



Dwight Stewart, Vice President 
for Academic Affairs 



Milton Townsend, Vice President for College 
Relations and Development 





Dwight Hendrix 
Director of Alumni Affairs 

Edwin LeMaster 
Registrar 




Warren Robbins 
Dean of Graduate Academic Affairs 

Donald R. McKinney 
Dean of Students 




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Daniel Crabtree 
Director of Admissions 






Clevis Carter 

Director of Coal Technology Program; Assistant 

Professor of Physical Science 

Santaram Chilukuri 

Natural Science Division Chair; Professor of Physics 

Martha Cornwell 

Assistant Professor of Sociology 

James Cox 

Social Science Division Chair; Associate Professor of 

Social Work 



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David Davis 

Assistant Professor of Drama and 
Speech 
John Elswick 

Instructor of Business Administration 
Allen Engle 

Instructor of Business Administration; 
Acting Head, Dept. of Business 
Jan Finkel 

Head, Department of English and For- 
eign Languages; Associate Professor of 
English 
Dianne Ferris 

Humanities Division Chair; Associate 
Professor of English 







Allan Green 

Head, Department of Fine Arts; Associate Professor 

of Music Karen Fishbaugh 

Instructor of Health and Physical Education; Women's 
Basketball and Softball Coach 




Joe C. Hacker 

Assistant Professor of Business 



Mary Ann Ghosal 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 





Arthur H. Hafner 
Adjunct Professor of Education 
Larry Inkster 

Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education; As- 
sistant Director of Athletics 
Nazir A. Khatri 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
James Kerley 

Acting Head, Department of Education; Assistant Professor 
of Education 
Mary Alice Lay 
Assistant Professor of Education 





Jean Letch 

Associate Professor of Education 

Jack Luzkow 

Assistant Professor Of History 

W. Gordon Marigold 

Professor of Languages 

Richard Lockett 

Director, Experiential Education; Instructor, 

Political Science 








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Robert Matthews 

Head, Department of Religion and Philosophy; Fran- 
cis Landrum Memorial Professor of Religion 
Connie Ruth Mayfield 
Career Counselor and Instructor 
James McFerrin 

Head Librarian, Associate Professor of Library Science 
Deril Mays 
Professor of Psychology 



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Todd Metcalfe 

Instructor, Physical Education; Intramural Director; 
Soccer, Swimming, and Tennis Coach 
Paul Moore 

Applied Science Chair; Head, Dept. of Physical 
Education; Athletic Director; Professor of Health 
and Physical Education 
Bill Peterson 

Instructor, Health and Physical Education; Basket- 
ball Coach 
Francis Nussbaum 
Professor of Biology 



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Ron Rosen 

Assistant Professor of Biology 
Patricia Schweitzer 
Dormitory Director, Pfeiffer 
Hall Adjunct Instructor of Eng- 
lish 

Paul Stephenson 
Assistant Professor of Account- 
ing 



Virginia Saddler 

Assistant Librarian; Associate Profes- 
sor of Library Science 
Alma Powers 

Coordinator of Microcomputer Labo- 
ratory; Instructor, Computer Science 
Roy Silver 

Coordinator of Appalachian Semester; 
Assistant Professor of Sociology 



Betty Stroud 

Associate Professor of Music 

John Taylor 

Assistant Professor of History 




Robert Swanson 

Assistant Professor of Environmental 

Studies 




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DR. DORIS B. THOMPSON 



Doris Thompson 

Assistant Professor of Education 

Sheila Tucker 

Instructor of Business Administration and 

Economics 

Lester Woody 

Professor of English 

Andelys Wood 

Associate Professor of English 






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Rickie Allen 

Director of Purchasing 





Eugene "Jody" Branstutter 
Assistant Superintendent of 
Buildings and Grounds 




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Deborah Cornelius 

Assistant Director, Upward Bound 



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Cheryl Brown 

Business Manager and Treasurer 



Below: 

Judy Dunn 

Secretary, Business Office 




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Faye France 

Library Circulation Supervisor 




Cassie Gallion 

Secretary, Learning Resource Center 



Susie Hale 

Coordinator of Adult Education 




Cheryl Hamil 

Secretary, Development Office and Public 

Information 




Elizabeth Harris 

Secretary, Special Programs Office 





Beverly Hensley 
Library Secretary 




Karen Inkster 

Secretary, Office of the Registrar 



Warren "Rocky" Healey 
Manager, ARA Food Service 



Jack Karr 

Junior Programmer, Data Processing Center 




Above: 

Marlyn Lawson 

Assistant Business Manager; Assistant Treasurer 

Right: 

Louise Martin 

Computer Operator; 

Data Entry Supervisor 




Right: 

Darita Mills 
Student Loan Officer 



Larry McKay 
Assistant Manager, 
ARA Food Service 




Sharon Mills 

Secretary, Physical Education and Music 

Right: 

Freda New 

Administrative Assistant to the Dean of 

Students 



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Janice Poff 

Secretary in the Student Center 

Bob Potter 

Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 




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Debbie Prichard 

Secretary in the Office of Academic Affairs 

Penny Trosper Rhinehart 

Secretary in the Office of Student Affairs 





Virgena Bingham Rhodes 
Secretary, Alumni Affairs Office 






Regenia Rhodes 

Tutor, Adult Education; G.E.C. Instructor 



Margaret Senters 

Secretary, Office of the President 



Jane Robbins 

Upward Bound Counselor 








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Debra Smith 

Director of Financial Aid 




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Lori Stevenot 

Counselor and Secretary, Financial 

Aid 








Beverly Swafford 

Secretary, Office of Graduate 

Affairs 

Right: 

Janet Tarry 

Director of Special Programs 



Connie Swanson 

Secretary, Admissions Office 

Below: 

Teresa Williams Allie 

Admissions Counselor 





STUDENTS 



Seniors 



Roger D. Alford 
Curtis R. Allen 
John A. Barnes 
Mary Elaine Begley 
Renda Bowling 
Christine Brock 
Irene Brock 
Donna L. Brock 
Stanley Brock 
Darris Broughton 
Melinda A. Buchanan 
Garrett D. Carnes 
Sherry S. Caudill 
Lisa R. Chadwell 
Terry A. Coleman 
Vita C. Coleman 
Deronda R. Collier 
Billie M. Cornett 
Kenneth R. Crawford 
Charlene W. Ditty 
Kasey L. Evans 
Bryan K. Frederick 
Lillie K. Galindo 



Charlotte K. Gambrel 
Patricia A. Gambrel 
Pamela G. Garner 
Harold Clif Gregory 
Teresa K. Haggard 
Charl A. Harper 
Norman T. Hayes 
Jeffrey D. Hensley 
Deborah K. Herd 
Charles R. Hill 
Karen R. Hogue 
Rebecca J. Huntley 
William M. Jackson 
Carol J. Jackson 
Rodger D. Jackson 
Charles C. Johnson 
Karen D. Jones 
Alex R. Lyttle 
Sue Ellen Marshall 
Jerry L. Mcintosh 
Jack B. McWilliams 
Valerie J. Merida 
Glenn R. Miller 




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The lounge lizards soak up the radiation from the Boob Tube. 




Mary Delilah Miller 
Sherry L. Mills 
Malcolm Miracle 
Donald (Happy) Mobelini 
Stephen T. Nagbe 
Ronnie W. Napier 
Penny M. Pace 
Sherry S. Patterson 
Catherine M. Pesce 
Robin L. Poff 
Roy C. Pulliam 
Warren K. Reasor 
Cynthia M. Reinhardt 
Melody Kay Rice 
Mark A. Ruffner 
Peggy L. Sams 
Paula J. Smith 
Teresa A. Smith 
Michael R. Smith 
Kevin R. Solley 
Michael L. Taylor 
Ricardo Testino 
Michael P. Thompson 
Tony Turner 
Sharon P. Warriner 
Audrey L. White 
Stephen W. White 
Tammy L. Williamson 




"But, Lynn honey, I haven't shined 
my shoes yet." 

Left: Pig-out 




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Gee, we know this looks embarrassing, but they said 
Tarzan comes through here a lot. 



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Hello, b± 
Dolly! 



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Look, pilgrim, I don't care if I ain't got a 
horse. This town still ain't big enough 
for both of us. 




No mail! 








Living legends are a dying breed, and I been feelin' poorly lately myself. 



Juniors 



Troy A. Abner 
Lea A. Alford 
Nancy A. Allen 
James W. Anderson 
Alvin D. Bailey 
Anita L. Baker 
Wanda J. Bowling 
Felicia G. Bowling 
Randy E. Bright 
Kenny L. Bright 
Drenda L. Brock 
Lori E. Brockman 
Lisa A. Brody 
Kagawa Bunsu 
Benpierre Cabuay 
Randy I. Carnes 
Melinda Combs 
Johnny D. Cooper 
Roy W. Cornelius 
Janet Deadwyler 
Robert Dunaway 
Miles A. Estes 
Audrey J. Fitzgerald 
Cecil R. Foley 
George Georgitsis 
Julian K. Gilbert 
Alan J. Gover 
Charles J. Gross 
Judith P. Hammons 
Sheryl L. Hammons 
Ray Harriss 
Teresa L. Hensley 
Pamela K. Hensley 
Lisa D. Hinkle 
Steven E. Hoskins 
Regina Hubbard 
Timmy Hubbard 
Beverly A. Hudson 
Jim L. Jackson 
Lisa M. Johnson 
Kack T. Karr 
Jason M. LeMay 
Kenneth D. Lockard 
John C. Lusby 
Margaret E. Martin 
Deborah J. McMullen 
John P. Meehan 
David L. Messer 
Sherry L. Messer 
James A. Messer 
Mark H. Mills 





Lori L. Morrison 
Mary J. Moser 
Betty E. Parrot 
Lisa M. Parrott 
Charles Parsley 
Felicia D. Pembleton 
Timothy Picklesimer 
Harold D. Racier 
Dowanna P. Ramsey 
Maxine Reed 
Jeffrey L. Riede 
Kelly J. Roaden 
Phillip R. Russell 
Christopher D. Santarelli 
William T. Selby 
Raymond J. Short 
Daugh Sizemore 
Charles L. Slusher 
Darryl L. Smith 
Regina L. Smith 
Lloyd B. Smith 
Deborah L. Smith 
Barbara Trimarco 
Carl A. Turner 
Gregory S. Warfield 
John R. White 
Michael J. Wilcher 
Sherry P. Williams 
Vicki D. Wilson 
William J. Wilson 
Darwin A. Winston 
Ronald L. Yanich 
Carma Susan Young 




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Opposite page: Brockman studies, top left, while Short 
drowses, left center. Top right, Watson "pools" his 
talent, and bottom, the Camouflage Crowd, Cabuay, 
Short, Stamper, LeMay, and Jackson model the latest 
fashion in military wear. This page: Above, Miranda 
Stroud tries an unusual physical fitness exercise. Be- 
low left, Crutcher is skeptical, and below right, Har- 
mon eyes a gourmet item. 





Sophomores 



Theodore W. Abner 
Kenneth E. Adams 
Jeffrey D. Allie 
Edwin S. Allin 
John Arzoumanian 
Billie Elaine Babbs 
Gary A. Bain 
Randall R. Baker 
Chris N. Bingham 
Victor A. Bingham 
Lenora K. Broughton 
Fred W. Buckner 
James R. Bundy 
Carla J. Burns 
Mary J. Caldwell 
William D. Campbell 
Patricia A. Campredon 
Katrina E. Carnes 
Brady L. Carroll 
Jerry E. Carver 
Verlene Congleton 
James R. Corum 
Debra S. Creasy 
James F. Crutcher 
Jeffrey L. Dauwe 
Charley G. Dixon 
William E. Fulton 
George H. Scott 
Cynthia M. Gleason 
Susan R. Glenn 
Whitney E. Green 
Charles D. Greene 
David K. Greene 
Reginald W. Griffin 
Debbie J. Grubb 
Bonetta Hale 
James J. Halter 
Kim Hammons 
Richard B. Hampton 
Sharon M. Hampton 
Lisa A. Hampton 
James R. Harmon 
Karen D. Harris 
Sharon G. Holland 
Tammy D. Hollin 
Bobby C. Jackson 
Arthur A. Jackson 
Cindy Jones 



Marion B. Jones 
Linda J. Junker 
Joseph C. Karr 
Suzanne K. King 
Donna M. Long 
Paul B. Mahan 
Kimberly Martin 
Joann H. Maybrier 
Louis J. Meehan 
Kathy A. Mills 
Mary F. Moore 
Ann L. Naglee 
Shuji Ogiwara 
Sandra K. Overstreet 
Carolyn S. Payne 
Jeffery T. Payne 
Sherry K. Payne 
Tammie L. Perkins 
Nickey R. Perry 
Sandra F. Peters 
Mark E. Phipps 
Connie L. Pickard 
Derrick D. Poff 
Lonnie Powers 
Jimmy E. Poynter 
Keith Reed 
Vivian J. Rosenbalm 
Teresa G. Sears 
Maher Shaat 
Leah R. Short 





Union College's Nancy Alice 
Dunaway will represent the college 
at the Mountain Laurel Festival in 
Pineville, Kentucky, in late May, 
1984. She will be escorted by her 
brother, Robert Dunaway, who is 
also a student at Union College. 




Teresa L. Smith 
Devonna G. Smith 
Edwin E. Smith 
Kelly D. Sprinkles 
Bobbi A. Sutherland 
Sherry L. Swafford 
Randal C. Sweat 
Robert E. Sweeney 
Amos K. Sykes 
Mary E. Taylor 
Cathy M. Testino 
Barbara K. Timm 
Deborah K. Valentine 
Cotha L. Van Doren 
Joseph D.Van Sickle 
Kathy H. Wagers 
John G. Watkins 
John G. White 
Kristina L. Yanich 





College life may seem to flow more or less smoothly along, with one happening 
as only a moment in time, but Union College students on these pages are 
caught by the camera in a moment in that flow of events, working, going to 
classes, hobnobbing in the Snack Bar, showing off their talent in a show or just 
having a good time with the exhuberance that all of us feel at times. 




Fresh 



men 



Mocheer Abdel-Galil 
Jimmy D. Adams 
Thaer Al-Asa'd 
Beverly A. Allen 
Carl E. Anderson 
Thomas M. Asher 
Lonnie W. Ayers 
Timmy R. Bargo 
Richard D. Barnett 
Mary J. Bergman 
Tammy L. Berkley 
Vivian K. Bingham 
Kimberly S. Bingham 
Swella F. Bingham 
Glenna M. Brock 
Ina D. Brock 
John D. Brock 
Sharon L. Broughton 
Peter M. Broughton 
Keith Bullen 
James Alan Byrd 
Martha M. Burkhart 
Diane S. Carnes 
Teresa F. Carnes 
Ellis J. Carnes 



Timothy F. Carter 
Bonnie J. Chadwell 
Cheryl N. Cole 
Deborah L. Cole 
Judy K. Collett 
Karen L. Collinsworth 
Shelley L. Combs 
Evelyn S. Cooper 
Alicia K. Crawford 
Samuel T. Cutter 
Trenace Chick Davenport 
John E. Detherage 
Kathleen J. Doolin 
Vickie L. Doolin 
Nancy A. Dunaway 
Roy C. Dusina 
Wallace R. Eccleston 
Patricia T. Elliott 
Robert W. Ellison 
Johnny L. Ellison 
Tommy J. Ellison 
Karl Chris Ensslin 
Charlotte D. Evans 
Leslie L. Farless 
Angela R. Farmer 






Virginia M. Farmer 
Curtis J. Felts 
Faye L. France 
Charles W. France 
Jeffery A. Frederick 
Robin Garnett 
Donald L. Gilbert 
William J. Gilbert 
Melissa R. Gilbert 
Tammy V. Golden 
Roy L. Goodman 
Marty J. Gray 
Hairm Gray 
Anthony K. Gregory 
Jwonna Grubb 
Dwonna Grubb 
Timothy Gurren 
Karen G. Hale 
Paul K. Hale 
Sherry L. Hammons 
Amy E. Harris 
Carl M. Harris 
Yvonne J. Harrison 
David A. Hawkins 
Alice J. Heeger 




Thomas R. Helton 
Lavon M. Helton 
Tony D. Henderson 
Charles F. Hubbard 
Tammy L. Huff 
Amy S. Hufstedler 
Gerald L. Hyde 
James P. Ison 
Randy L. Jackson 
Terri A. Jackson 
James D. Jarboe 
Sheila E. Jenkins 
Lori A. Jolly 
Ken R. Jones 
Kristina M. Jones 
Frank D. Jones 
Anthony K. Jones 
Angie Kersey 
Dwight E. Kinder 
Jeffery D. King 
Sandra L. King 
Charles Kirk 
Michael S. Lewis 




"Pardon me, ladies. May I borrow a cup of sugar from 
you?" 




Unfortunately for this group of innocents, photographers 
can only be stopped by driving a stake into their hearts 
during a full moon. 

Andy and Ray prove that you can tune a guitar, but a G- 
string is missing on a snake. 




Leslie K. Long 
Edward A. Maher 
Melinda L. Martin 
Phyllis A. Martin 
Donald B. Martin 
Dallas J. Martin 
Delbert May 
Melynda J. Mayne 
Vernora Mays 
Kellie R. Mays 
Mark A. McCowan 
Elizabeth S. McDonald 
Brian B. McDonnell 
Mark E. McDowell 
Dawn E. McQueen 
Donna L. McWilliams 
Tracy T. Meadows 
Dennis R. Medlock 
James A. Miles 
Retha M. Miller 
Michael A. Miller 
Teresa A. Mills 
Sherilenna K. Mills 
Charles D. Miracle 
Robin L. Moran 
Joaulonda L. Murphy 
Tammy R. Murphy 
Sherry P. Neal 
Monica Ngazdire 
Nancy L. Noel 
Justine M. Noonan 
Maureen P. O'Hara 
Yong-ho Ou 
Henry D. Owens 
Suzanne L. Owens 
Donna J. Owens 
Bobbie S. Partin 
Ricky D. Partin 
Marilyn Patterson 
Roger D. Perry 
Patricia J. Pickard 
Trent T. Pittman 
Alan Scott Plummer 
James R. Pope 
William Quinones 
Sherrill J. Reed 
Sharon Reeves 
Sherry A. Rice 
Richard C. Ricket 
Warren M. Riddle 
Bessie Roark 
Debra L. Rogers 
Erian K. Root 
Kim A. Rose 



Sharon M. Rucker 
Glenda K. Sadler 
Douglas D. Scalf 
Nabeel A. Shaat 
Tammie L. Shepherd 
Eugene Singleton 
Timothy A. Sizemore 
Irene B. Sizemore 
Clifford H. Slusher 
Johnny Lee Smith 
Terry S. Smith 
Stephen C. Smith 
Steve Smith 
Susan E. Sprinkle 
Rhonda F. Sproles 
Roby Stamper 
Gregory S. Stephens 
Karen J. Strong 
Miranda B. Stroud 
Kenji Suzuki 
Timothy L. Swafford 
Beverly S. Swafford 
Tamara L. Sweeney 
Lisa A. Taylor 
T.J. Taylor 

Jeannene A. Thompson 
Katrina Carnes 
George D. Thompson 
Norah T. Tibizayo 
Darrell G. Turner 
Carl W. Turner 
Jennifer L. VanSickle 
Phillip L. Vaughn 
Patricia M. Vavrick 
Rebecca S. Warfield 
Catherine L. Watkins 
Douglas N. Watson 
John S. West 
John M. White 
Jill E. White 
Marilu B. Wilder 
Leslie T. Williams 
Lisa A. Williams 
Ronnie Williamson 
Hobert Williamson 
Kim C. Williamson 
Tamara L. Wilson 
Debra A. Wilson 
James K. Wilson 
Jackie L. Wilson 
Peggy J. Wilson 
Charles E. Wood 
Sherry M. Woodall 
Judy A. York 
Daralee Gonzales 




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The last of Dean Layton's storm 
troopers. 



What do you mean, "Since we're in the chapel?' 




My, my my . . . All them books! 




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Left: Darwin Winston uses some fancy footwork to send the soccer 
ball flying. Above: Chris Santarelli puts on the brakes as Bob 
Ellison captures the ball and an opponent goes down. 




Union's 1983-1984 Soccer Team: Front Row: Kaga- 
wa Bunsu, Shuji Ogiwara, Steve Nagbe, John Ar- 
zoumanian, Kennedy Jawan, Ricardo Testino, and 
Robert Dunaway. 



Standing: Darrell and Ted Nussbaum, ball boys; 
Chris Santarelli, team captain; Darwin Winston, 
John Lusby, Mark Harris, Bob Ellison, Michael 
Taylor, team captain; Maher Shaat, and Coach 
Todd Metcalfe. 

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the airborne ball as John Lusby 
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Maher Shaat gets the ball away with a lusty 
kick as Bob Ellison watches in the back- 
ground. 

The 1983-1984 season was a rebuilding year 
for Union's soccer program. The small, but 
determined team showed constant im- 
provement from game to game throughout 
the season. Coach Metcalfe's comment was, 
"I believe our program was more structured 
and concentrated this year. Everyone 
learned a lot and more concentration on 
fundamentals will pay off in the future." 
Scott Plummer, goalie, and Chris Santarelli, 
fullback, were named All State Tournament 
Players, with Chris also named All State 
League Player and Union's Most Valuable 
Player. Darwin Winston, another fullback, 
was also an All State League Player. Bob 
Dunaway earned the title of Most Improved 
Player on the Union team. Union's young 
and energetic team rated third in the "B" 
Division in the KISA State Tournament. 

With a year of solid accomplishment be- 
hind it, the Union College soccer program 
should attain even better results in the com- 
ing year. 



Left: Union's players in the striped-sleeved 
uniforms mix it up with opponents as the 
ball sails toward the Union goal. Soccer is 
rapidly becoming a popular sport, and it is 
now a Varsity sport at Union College. 



Men's 
Basketball 




Front Row: Managers Mike Wilcher and Jeff 
Riede; Joe Karr, Rocky Perciavalle, Darryl Smith, 
Al Gover, Happy Mobelini, Trent Pittman, and 
Manager Amos Sykes. 



Back Row: Head Coach Bill Peterson, Jerry 
Mcintosh, Kevin Jones, Reggie Griffin, Doug 
Lunsford, Jimmy Crutcher, James Anderson, and 
Assistant Coach Jeff Price. 



The Union College Bulldogs in the 1983-1984 sea- 
son faced what our coaches considered the "tough- 
est schedule in the league." Coach Peterson's efforts 
to build a strong team paid off with the most con- 
ference wins in some years. One triumph was the 
defeat of the Cumberland College team which was 
ranked 9th in the country, their first defeat after 21 
straight wins. James Anderson led all colleges and 
universities in the State of Kentucky in points per 
game — 24.4, and in rebounds per game — 12.1. 



Anderson was also named to the first all-conference 
team and the all-district team. Coach Peterson said, 
"I feel like this season was definitely a step in the 
right direction to reach our goal, which is to be able 
to compete with the best teams in our class, inside 
or outside of Kentucky." With five starters return- 
ing for the 1984-1985 season, as Coach Peterson 
said, "With almost everyone returning and with the 
squad playing as well as they did as a team, things 
should continue to look up." 





Above: Joe Karr takes to the air as Georgetown players 
seem taken by surprise. Below: Happy Mobelini is 
alert to his opponent as he protects the ball with some 
fancy footwork. 



James Anderson exhibits a dancer's grace as he 
attempts another basket to enhance his outstand- 
ing record per game. 





Seated: Lisa Taylor, Marilu Wilder, Regina Hub- 
bard, Lori Jolly, Lisa Johnson, and Manager Felicia 
B. Pembleton. 



The Lady Bulldogs finished a commendable season 
by winning the Kentucky Women's Intercollegiate 
Conference Championship. Individual players dis- 
tinguished themselves also. Regina Hubbard, for 
instance, scored her 1000th career point in a game 
against Pikeville College in the opening round of 
the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 
Tournament. In addition, she was named to the 
KWIC Tournament Team, the KIAC Team, and the 
All-District National Association of Intercollegiate 
Athletes Team in our District 32, placing 4th in the 
district in scoring. 



Back Row: Coach Karen Fishbaugh, Billie Cornett, 
Sherry Caudill, Jennifer VanSickle, Marquetta 
Burkhart, Pam Cox, Shelley Combs, Amy Harris, 
Tammie Perkins, and Manager Sherry Messer. 



Other Lady Bulldogs also make their mark in the 
1983-1984 season. Lisa Johnson led the KIAC in 
Assists. Sherry Caudill also placed on the KWIC 
Tournament Team, and Jennifer VanSickle tied the 
Union College records in rebounds in one game 
with 15. Caudill also scored the most points per 
game against Campbellsville on December 10, 1983; 
she also made 20 out of 24 free throws in the same 
game. Lisa Johnson is credited with a total of 10 
assists in games against Lincoln Memorial Univer- 
sity and Clinch Valley College. Besides her tying 
the Union College record in rebounds with 15, she 
went on to get 17 in January in a game against Alice 
Lloyd College. 



Women's 
Basketball 





Left: Pam Cox takes aim at the basket. 

Above: Shelley Combs eludes opponents as she 

shoots for a score. 

Below: Amy Harris's face shows the effort as she 

soars upward, trying for a long shot. Sherry 

Caudill and Shelley Combs move in on the play. 





Front row: Shelley Combs, Lori Jolly, Lisa Johnson, 
Sandy Overstreet, Lisa Taylor, Patty Vavrick, and 
Amy Harris. 



Back Row: Assistant Coach Roy Silver, Felicia Pemble- 
ton, Tammie Perkins, Jennifer VanSickle, Lori Brock- 
man, Teresa Haggard, Regina Hubbard, and Coach 
Karen Fishbaugh. Debbie Creasy is not pictured. 



Women's 
Softball 




The Lady Bulldogs Softball Team 
had a successful 12-7 season, due 
largely to the team's depth and con- 
sistent defensive play. Lisa John- 
son in left field, Felicia Pembleton, 
Lori Jolly, and Patty Vavrick, field- 
ers, all did an outstanding job in 
their positions. Lori Brockman dis- 
tinguished herself at third base. 
The women also played in both the 
Kentucky Women's Intercollegiate 
Conference and the Kentucky In- 
tercollegiate Athletic Conference 
Tournaments. 




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Sandy Overstreet is caught in the midst of 
some fast action. 



Above: Felicia Pembleton demonstrates formidable form 

as she wields the bat. 

Below: Debbie Creasy's hair flys as she flys between 

bases. 





Jennifer VanSickle's face shows her 
concentration as she moves in to snag the bal 




Front Row. Mike Wilcher, Jack McWilliams, Jim 
Bundy, Jeff Hensley, Scott George, Chuck Wood, 
Scott Plummer, Brand Martin, Randy Jackson, and 
Mark Phipps. 



Back Row: Interim Coach Dwayne Peters, Shane 
Lewis, Nicky Perry, Jim Halter, Alvin Bailey, Kevin 
Root, Jeff Allie, Jimmy Crutcher, Alan Byrd, Tim 
Gurren, Ron Yanich, John Meehan, Kevin Solley, 
and Assistant Coach Miles Estes. 



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Men's 
Baseball 



Even though Coach Larry Inkster was away from 
campus on sabbatical leave, the team approached 
the season with optimism. Interim Coach Dwayne 
Peters, Union College graduate and former Varsity 
player, with the help of his assistant, student Miles 
Estes, had many players this year with the exper- 
ience of a conference win the season before. For 
various reasons, however, the 1984 team got off to a 
slow start, losing games on the annual Alabama 



trip, always a matter of facing opponents with 
stronger teams. By mid-season, the record of wins 
and losses leveled off, but not, unofrtunately, in 
time to add up to a winning season. Union's players 
showed good form, as the pictures above and on the 
page at right will testify. Top of facing page: Catch- 
er Alvin Bailey hurls one to catch an opponent at 
second base. Bottom: Jeff Hensley and Randy Jack- 
son swing their bats. 









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Swimming 




From left: Kristy Jones, Chuck Hill, Chuck Slusher, Captains Mike Smith and Mike Taylor swam distance 
Mike Taylor, Shuji Ogiwara, Chris Ennslin, Maher events and sprints respectively. 
Shaat, and Coach Todd Metcalfe. 




This was the first year of competitive 
swimming for many on our team, but 
they trained hard and kept up their en- 
thusiasm during the whole season. With 
only two seniors on this year's team, 
Coach Metcalfe has hopes for an even 
better season next year since he will not 
only have seasoned swimmers returning 
but also looks forward to new recruits 
for the coming season. This season the 
team placed fifth in the Kentucky Inter- 
collegiate Swimming Conference cham- 
pionship competition. 



It's a bird! 

It's a plane! 

It's SuperTaylor! 



Tennis 




Left: David Jackson shows his backhand form, and Jimmy Adams, 
Right, forhands one. 

Below: Jimmy Adams howls while Chris Ennslin and Gerry Hyde 
show the problem is not serious. 




Above: Coach Metcalfe gets 
ready to show how it's done. 
The coach took over this 
spring after Allan Green, who 
usually works with the tennis 
team, was injured in an auto- 
mobile accident. Metcalfe 
sees a good team forming for 
next year since this year's 
crew included five freshmen 
who will be sharpening their 
play for next go-round. 





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Bulldog Spirit Boosters: (left) Union's cheerleaders prepare to go 
into one of their routines. (Above) The Pep Band lustily blows a 
lively tune to set a lively pace for Union Cagers. 




Not one, but two Bulldogs: Joe Karr with friend. 



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Student Senate 



The Student Senate is the democratic 
voice of the student body. The organiza- 
tion thrives on leadership, character and 
a sense of school spirit and participation 
from its members. One of the main pro- 
jects for the group was helping overturn 
the attendance policy. The Student Sen- 
ate sponsored a campus picnic at Dr. 
Thomas Walker Park and organized the 
student body and the administration of 
the college in a question and answer fo- 
rum in the Chapel. 

At left: Pam Garner gives her impersoni- 
zation of "Mona Lisa." 
Below: Left to right: Regina Smith, Cin- 
dy Jones, Chic Davenport, Troy Abner, 
Pam Garner, Ken Crawford, Teresa 
Smith, Mike Smith, and Deronda Col- 
lier. 




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Left to right: Allen Engle, Bob Sweeney, Fleicia Pembleton, Dean McKinney and Joe 
Carr. 




"My middle name is Bond! 



The Student Center Board plans 
programs on Union College 
campus for the student body 
that are educational, cultural and 
entertaining. Some activities in- 
cluded pizza parties at which 
students danced to music that 
was provided, a beach party, 
planning a roller skating night 
and a bon-fire. White Castle 
night was celebrated with burg- 
ers brought all the way from 
Lexington. Everyone's return 
from spring break was celebrat- 
ed with a Back-to-School dance. 



Student Center Board 



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Left to right: Peggy Sams, Sue Ellen Marshall, Rob- 
in Garnett, Pam Hensley, Amy Hofstedler, Tammy 
Williamson, Irene Brock, David Jackson, Valerie 



Merida, Margaret Martin, Renda Bowling, Jean 
Letch, Christine Brock and Paula Bright. 



Beta Chi Alpha 




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'No one said a word about this!' 



The purpose of Beta Chi Alpha 
is to develope an appreciation of 
beauty, culture and art, while 
promoting the social welfare of 
and enhancing respect and 
friendship among its members. 
Beta Chi Alpha has been an ac- 
tive social and service sorority 
on the Union College campus 
for over fifty years. For the 1983- 
84 academic year, the sorority 
sponsored the American Cancer 
Society Smoke-Out. Beta Chi Al- 
pha also participated in commu- 
nity events, such as the Girl 
Scout's Handi-Cap Day and the 
Daniel Boone Festival. 



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Student National 
Education Association 



SNEA acquaints prospective 
educators with the history, eth- 
ics and programs of the orga- 
nized teaching profession, pro- 
vides practical experience by 
working together in a democrat- 
ic way on the problems of the 
profession and the community 
and supports, through active 
participation, higher standards 
of teacher preparation. During 
the 1983-84 year, SNEA spon- 
sored a student teachers display 
learning center and an Assertive 
Discipline work shop, conduct- 
ed by Martha Dell Sanders. Au- 
drey White was elected 1983-84 
State Vice-President at Cam- 
bellsville College. At right: Stu- 
dent teacher displays. 




Left to right: Seated: Bobbi Sutherland, Pam Garner, and Deronda Collier. 
Back row: Dwonna And Jwonna Grubb and Susanne Owens. 




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Gamma Beta Phi 



Gamma Beta Phi is a National 
Honor Society promoting schol- 
arship, leadership and good citi- 
zenship at Union College. Dur- 
ing the 1983-84 year, Gamma 
Beta Phi hosted the Gamma Beta 
Phi State Convention, served 
brunch for Faculty Appreciation 
Day and raised funds with a car- 
nation sale. Deronda Collier was 
elected State President for 1983- 
84 and Troy Abner State Vice- 
President for 1984-85. 




Induction ceremony for Gamma Beta Phi. 




Left to right: Seated: Teresa Mills, Dawn 
McQueen, Robin Poff, Glenda Sadler, Elaine 
Babbs, Audrey Fitzgerald, Scott Plummer, Robert 
Dunaway, and Teresa Sears. Second row: Lester 
Woody, Bobbi Sutherland, Connie Pickard, Regi- 
na Smith, Lori Morrison, Delila Miller, Kelly 
Roaden, Charlene Ditty, Maureen O'Hara, Glen- 
na Brock, Sandra Overstreet, Vita Coleman, Amy 



Hufstedler, Robin Garnett, Peggy Sams, and 
Yung-Ho Ou. Back row: Pamela Hensley, Rebec- 
ca Warfield, Ann Naglee, Charl Harper, Ray- 
mond Short, Hobert Williamson, Susan Young, 
Roy Dusina, Randy Sweat, Michael Smith, Don- 
ald Mobelini, Deronda Collier, Robert Ellison, 
Fred Buckner, Charlotte Evans, Norman Hayes 
and Jan Finkel. 




Left to right: Seated: Charlene Ditty, Kelly Roaden, and Pam Garner. 
Back row: Troy Abner, Pam Hensley, Lisa Parrott, and Delila Miller. 




The Nu Alpha Iota Chapter of Phi Beta 
Lambda, an organization for business 
majors, provides students opportunities 
to develop vocational compentencies for 
business and office occupations, and in 
the area of business teacher education. 
Phi Beta Lambda participated in the 
Daniel Boone Festival and hosted a re- 
ception for guest speaker Ray Kelly. 
Troy Abner had the honor of winning 
first place in the 1984 PBL Leadership 
Conference, held every year in Louis- 
ville, Kentucky. 

Pam, Kelly, and Troy prove that busi- 
ness majors can cook, too. 



Phi Beta Lambda 





Alpha 

Psi 
Omega 



Alpha Psi Omega, a National 
Dramatic society, supports and 
promotes theatre and the arts on 
campus and throughout the 
community. Membership is 
earned by a merit point system 
by students involved in dramatic 
productions, through acting and 
technical work. After each pro- 
duction, members award points 
to each prospective initiate. 




Barb Timm (back to camera), Whitney Green and Betty 
Stroud provide accompaniment for "The Fantasticks." 



Back row: Leslie Farless, Mary Taylor, Cindy Gleason, 
Barbara Trimarco, Susan Sprinkle, Tammy Perkins, 
and Melinda Combs. Front row: Janet Deadwyler, 



Denise Harris, Patty Vavrick, Maureen O'Hara, Dawn 
McQueen, Sandra Peters, and Tammie Shepherd. 







Left to right: David Davis, Whitney Green, Barbara Timm, Catherine Pesce, Cotha Van Doren, and Betty Stroud. 



Janet tries to sell Teresa on the virtues of being an IMG member. 




Iota Mu 

Gamma 



Iota Mu Gamma benefits the 
college by promoting services, 
fellowship and unity. 



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The Lighthouse Singers are stu- 
dents who practice in the Light- 
house and have fellowship. 
Through singing, they are able 
to express their faith and pro- 
mote Christian fellowship. The 
group, which is part of the Cam- 
pus Ministry Program, sang in 
over a dozen locations during 
the 1983-84 year. Besides singing 
in churches from Harlan County 
to Louisville, the Lighthouse 
Singers also sang for Chapel, 
Parent's Weekend, and Home- 
coming Weekend. Dan and Elin 
Crabtree directed the singers 
and Quentin Sholtz, the Campus 
Minister, scheduled activities 
and sang with the group. 



Lighthouse 
Singers 

Left to right: Seated: Patty Vavrick, Norah Tibi- 
zayo, and Monica Ngazoire. Second row: Jennifer 
Van Sickle, Felicia Pembleton, Christie Jones, 



Lori Morrison solos. 



Dora Lee Gonzales, and Lori Morrison. Back row: 
Roy Goodman, Dan Crabtree, Allen Stanley, Bob 
Sweeney, and Sue Ellen Marshall. 




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Left to right: Roby Stamper, Bill Jackson, Jack Luzkow, Glenda Sadler, and Connie Pickard. 



"Am I as cute as I look?' 




Orange And 
Black 



The Orange and Black, the cam- 
pus newspaper, is published by 
the student body. The paper was 
published six times during the 
1983-84 year and covered all 
campus activities, special events 
and news. 




The Appalachian Wilderness 
Club, an outdoor appreciation 
group, encourages wilderness 
recreation and fellowship among 
participants. Through the Appa- 
lachian Wilderness Club, mem- 
bers share and experience a com- 
mon interest in back-packing, 
hiking, caving, camping, and 
rappelling. During the 1983-84 
year, Union students explored 
many caves throughout the Ap- 
palachian region. Two major 
events of the year included, a 
combined camping and caving 
trip to Rockcastle County, Ken- 
tucky and a back-packing trail 
expedition to Mt. Rogers Na- 
tional Park. 



Applachian 

Wilderness 

Club 




"Oh no, not Mt. Rogers again!" Raymond Short seems 
to be thinking. 




Left to right: Charles Gross, Bill Jackson, Lori Morrison, Doralee Gonzales, Susan Glenn and Roger 
Alford. 




Left to right: First Row: Rondall Harmon, Ann Naglee, Tammy Golden, Jason LeMay, 
Second row: Edward Maher, Bill Jackson, Charl Harper, David Jackson, and John 
Taylor 



Below: Susan Glenn and Roger Alford. Late for Circle 
K? 



Circle K 




Circle K is a service organiza- 
tion, which serves both campus 
and community. It's a leadership 
group similar to Kiwanis and 
other service clubs. Although 
small, Circle K participated in 
many activities during the 1983- 
84 year, including a Christmas 
party for the Cumberland Valley 
Comprehensive Care Center for 
children, Union College Jambo- 
ree (held during Daniel Boone 
Festival), Elderhostel, and hug- 
gers, kissers, and cheerers for 
Special Olympics 



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Left to right: Vita Coleman, Charl Harper, Bill Jackson, and Jack Luzkow. 



'So, do you think it makes me look distinguished?" 



The Modern Culture Study 
Group studies modern culture, 
emphasizing the cinematic arts, 
through group discussion„films, 
readings and lectures. During 
the 1983-84 year, the group was 
very active, showing films on 
campus such as Phantom of the 
Opera, King Kong, and Spell- 
bound. Other films shown, in 
conjunction with Charles Mit- 
chell's film course, were Wood- 
stock and The Last Wave. The 
Modern Culture Study Group 
was also one of the sponsors for 
public showing and discussion 
of an Appalachian Shop film, 
The Big Lever. 





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ACTIVITIES 



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Amahl 

And The Night 

Visitors. 



Both faculty and students 
worked on the production, ei- 
ther as actors and singers or 
as members of the vital back- 
stage crew. (Right) Amahl's 
Mother (Betty Stroud) and her 
crippled son (Lowell Ebersole 
of the Harlan Boys Choir) 
sing of the frosty night with 
its huge star overhead, their 
humble home in the back- 
ground. (Below) Laura Lee 
Love and Whitney Green 
dance to entertain the three 
Kings. Balthazar (Christopher 
Burt) and Kaspar (Herbert 
Adams) look on with Amahl 
and his mother in the back- 
ground. 

Steve Sproles and his techni- 
cal crew worked long hours, 
turning the chapel into a the- 
atre complete with stage, set- 
ting and lights. The produc- 
tion played to audiences total- 
ing almost 500 people. 



In early December, 1983, the college presented 
"Amahl and the Night Visitors," a Christmas 
light opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, as part of 
the Christmas Festival which is fast becoming 
a tradition at Union College. 






Above: Whitney Green cuts a caper in the 
dance. Top Right: As Balthazar, Kaspar and 
Melchior (Joe Tarry) sleep, the Mother tries 
to steal the Kings' gold, but is nabbed by 
the Page (Richard Lockett). Right: Amahl 
wishes to send his crutch he made himself 
to the Child as a gift, and his sacrifice is 
rewarded by a miracle: he can walk again. 
Here he has handed his crutch to Kaspar. 
Below: Amahl will go with the Kings, and 
he and the Mother watch as the Page strug- 
gles to get his burdens together, including a 
live parrot. His unraveling loin cloth was 
not part of the planned action. 




The Union College singers performed as the 
Chorus of Shepherds in "Amahl." Students 
working backstage included Cathy Pesce, who 
was Assistant to the Director, Jason LeMay, 
Daugh Sizemore, Tracy Meadows, Cotha Van 
Doran who was Costume Mistress, D.J. 
McMullin, Tammie Shepherd, Audrey White, 
Cheryl Cole, Bonetta Hale, Susan Sprinkle, 
and Maureen O'Hara. Barbara Timm was re- 
hearsal accompanist. Joe Tarry produced the 
opera, Allan Green conducted the 20-piece or- 
chestra, and Lester Woody staged the musical 
drama. 



Drama At Union 




Spoon River Anthology 



Edgar Lee Masters' "Spoon River Anthology" 
opened the season in October, playing in the 
newly renovated Rector Little Theater. Above: 
the actors, musicians, and members of the 
backstage crew sit for their portrait: Seated: 
Tracy Meadows, Joey Wick, Darwin Winston, 



Tammie Shepherd, Cathy Pesce; Standing: 
Rich Lockett, Lori Morrison, Deronda Collier, 
Byron Hammons, Maureen O'Hara, Dr. David 
Davis who directed and designed the produc- 
tion, and Cotha Van Doren. 



The Glass Menagerie 



Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Mena- 
gerie" was the second production of the 
season at Union. It was an effective per- 
formance of the modern theater classic, 
showing how Laura, the introverted 
daughter of a mother still living in a 
dream-like past, almost emerges from 
her world centered on her collection of 
glass animals, only to be driven back 
into it by bitter disappointment. 



The cast of "The Glass Menagerie": 
Tom, Whitney Green; Amanda, the 
mother, D.J. McMullen, Laura, Cathy 
Pesce; Jim, Laura's unsuspecting love 
from high school days, Brian T. Wood- 
lee. Directed by David Davis, the pro- 
duction was designed by Cotha Van 
Doren who was also technical director. 
Maureen O'Hara was the stage manager, 
assisted by Susan Sprinkle. Darwin 
Winston was sound master for the show. 




Left: Cathy Pesce, Tammie Shepherd, 
Joe Wick, and Darwin Winston por- 
tray a folk dance during "Spoon River 
Anthology." 



"The Fantasticks" was the final show 
of the 1983-1984 drama season. See 
pages 96 and 97 in this yearbook. 




Close Ties 

Cathy Pesce, shown at left, 
played Josephine, the aged 
grandmother in "Close Ties," a 
drama of the elderly as a family 
problem. Cathy, an English and 
drama major, played leading 
roles in each of the season's pro- 
ductions. The other members of 
the cast of "Close Ties": mem- 
bers of Josephine's family who 
have the problem of what to do 
with the strong-minded but sen- 
ile old woman: Bess, Miranda 
Stroud; Watson, Carl Turner; 
Anna, Glenna Brock; Evelyn, 
Cotha Van Doren; Connie, Mau- 
reen O'Hara; Thayer, Scott Hal- 
comb; and Ira, Whitney Green. 




Our Cheerleaders 

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Boosting enthusiasm and support for the Bulldogs is an important activity, and our lively 
cheerleading squad lines up here ready to go: Kim Williamson, Teresa Mills, Jill White, Bobbi 
Sutherland, Kim Martin, and Teresa Sears. Below, they put their heads together for a more 
glamorous pose. 







Junior Class Talent Show 



This event during the spring se- 
mester, 1984, proved Union stu- 
dents are loaded with talent. Left, 
Reggie Griffin and Norman Hayes 
confer on a guitar and drum num- 
ber, and (below) Delilah Miller 
waits for her downbeat. Lower left: 
Marty and Carl Turner blend their 
voices. Lower right, Lori Morrison, 
who has appeared in many Union 
College shows that display her con- 
siderable musical talent, puts her 
heart into a song. 







Rhonda Barnett winds up to bat 
the volleyball over the net. 




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Rocky Healey, Union's jovial food manager points gleefully at the mud- 
hole the tug o'war contestants might find themselves in . . . and Audrey 
Fitzgerald goes in with a splash! 




Rocky's Cookout 



Special Olympics 



Each spring the Special Olympics 
are held on the college's athletic 
field. Sponsored by the local Junior 
Chamber of Commerce, many 
Union students participate in this 
event for the handicapped, acting 
as "huggers" that encourage those 
in the various events, cheer them 
on, and then give them praise and 
affection, whether they win or lose 
an event. 

Besides the athletic events — there 
are even races for those in wheel- 
chairs — food and other entertain- 
ment is also provided, like the two 
jolly clowns at right. 

Below, Lori Morrison and Roby 
Stamper prepare to man a barbeque 
grill that will cook food to satisfy 
hearty appetites resulting from the 
physical exertions of the partici- 
pants. 




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Chez Rocky's 





Since Rocky Healey came to Union College as 
the ARA manager of the college dining hall, 
students have enjoyed a wider selection of 
food than in years past. Above, from left, Jim- 
my Adams, Bill Selby, Roby Stamper, and 
Mark Harris start their way through the serv- 
ing line. Below, the lunch time crowd digs in. 
The plants in both photographs are a Rocky 
addition to the atmosphere, along with color- 
ful decorations on the salad bar, signs of com- 
ing events, a trivia quiz contest, and other 
pleasantries to make students' dining more 
attractive. Rocky also planned cookouts in 
good weather with steaks and other treats. 
Students also enjoyed the addition of an ice 
cream dispenser, another Rocky Healey inno- 
vation. 



'The Idle Hour" 




Computer Science? 



The Recreation Room in the Student 
Center provides relaxation for resi- 
dent students as well as commuters. 
Pool tables, ping pong, electronic 
games, and pinball machines appeal 
to those who want to try their various 
skills and also fosters commraderie 
among the college's denizens. Here 
are some of the players caught, so to 
speak, in the act of having a break 
from the arduous tasks demanded by 
their academic pursuits. 



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Aerobic Dancing? 



English Lesson? 




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Cathy Pesce directed the final pro- 
duction of the year, the charming 
boy-meets-girl musical, "The Fan- 
tasticks." The curtain at left rolled 
up to reveal an inner stage. At left 
center, El Gallo (David Davis) sells 
a scheme to Bellomy (Herb Adams) 
and Hucklebee (Bob Swanson). 
Lower left, El Gallo sashays off as 
the Mute (Candy Wood) showers 
autumn leaves on Luisa (Deronda 
Collier) and Matt (Bryan Woodlee). 
Below, the Mute showers them 
with raindrops. 




Besides performances in the Rector 
Little Theater, the show also per- 
formed at Corbin High School as 
one of the events in the Fine Arts 
Concert Series which brings cultur- 
al events to this area of Southeast- 
ern Kentucky. 

Tammie Shepherd, Maureen 
O'Hara, D.J. McMullen, Whitney 
Green, Cotha Van Doren, Audrey 
Fitzgerald, Tina Noonan, Steve 
Sproles, and Dallas Shields also 
contributed backstage. 






Matt and Luisa, separated by the "wall" — the The first act ends with a typical musical show tableau 

Mute's outstretched arms, have climbed up so they with Luisa and Matt up on their perches and Bellomy 

can see each other. Here they sing of their budding (Luisa's father) and Hucklebee (Matt's). 
ove. 




Herb Adams as Bellomy and Bob Swanson as Hucklebee go into a lively song and dance routine. 



Music, Please! 



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Union College enjoys musical performances all year long. 
Above, the Union College Singers, directed by Joe Tarry (left), 
in a concert performance in the Conway Boatman Chapel. 
Bottom left is Barbara Timm who accompanies most of the 
musical offerings at the college. She accompanies faculty mem- 
bers when they perform, rehearsals and performances of such 
musical events as "Amahl and the Nigh Visitors" and "The 
Fantasticks." Student talent shows are also part of the musical 
scene, and each spring faculty members and students combine 
their talents in the annual "Cabaret" variety show presented 
during Homecoming. Below, Allan Green, recovering from 
injuries suffered in an automobile accident, conducts the Stage 
Band from his wheelchair during the 1984 "Cabaret" perfor- 
mance. 




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Spring Formal 




The Holiday Inn at Harro- 
gate, Tennessee, was the 
scene of the 1984 Spring For- 
mal. Dinner, dancing until 1 
a.m., and a brief talk by Presi- 
dent Jack Phillips in between, 
made up a memorable 
evening. Some of the festivi- 
ties are shown here. 




Commencement, 1984 




Union's 105th Commencement was on May 6, 1984. Top, 
graduates march into the chapel. Above, Bill Grey keeps 
an eye on things and Barbara Timm turns pages for 
Gordon Marigold, organist. Right, Betty Stroud leads the 
Alma Mater. Facing page: Top, President Phillips with 
Robert Lisensky, the commencement speaker. Bottom, 
Donna Brock collects her diploma. 



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Some of our food service personnel: Left, Junior Jones, Bonnie Eastridge, and Chelsie Warfield. 
Right: Flo Grey and Cathy Testino. 



The College Couldn't Do Without Them! 



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Buildings and Grounds Experts: 
Front, Russell Stewart, Leonie 
Kiger, Edith Barnes, Mitchell 
"Shorty" Clark. Second Row: 
Don Cole, Thomas Jordan, Ron- 



nie Mills, Bill Grey, Ray Bran- 
stutter, and Marvis Pridemore. 
Back Row: Bob Potter, Jody 
Branstutter, Harold Jordan, and 
Mike Elliott. 



Acknowledgements 



The 1984 Stespean staff expresses its appreciation to those who have materially 
given of their time, energy, and talents to help in our production of this volume. 

Rhonda Barnett and Troy Abner for a number of useful photographs. The 
Student Activity Appropriations Committee, Chaired by Vita Coleman, for their 
cooperation in funding the yearbook. Barbara Timm for her accounting help. 
Barbara Trimarco for helping to distribute the 1983 yearbook. The Publications 
Committee of the college, chaired by Dr. Jan Finkel, for its support. 





ADVERTISERS 



Patron 

Messages 



Juanita and I want to take this opportunity to 

wish our graduating seniors the best in their 

future careers, wherever the roads may take them. 

— Jack C. Phillips 

President, Union College 

Our compliments and best wishes to all Union 
College Students. 

— Betty and Milt Townsend 

Consistency is all I ask! 

— Guildenstern 

The foundation and future of Union College 
lies with the encouragement, support and 
involvement of the alumni and friends of Union 
College. I am proud and honored to be a 
graduate of Union College. 

— Dwight M. Hendrix '54 

Love and appreciation to each member of the 
Pfieffer Hall Family. You're Awesome! 
— Love, "Mom" Pat 

Enjoy yourself at Galaxy 3 with the latest in 
games and treats from our Snack Bar. We have 
entertainment for the whole family. Ask us about 
our inexpensive private parties. 

— Galaxy 3, Main Street, 
Barbourville 

Come in and browse. You're sure to find what 
you want in our collection. 

— Christian Book Store 
Court Square, Barbourville 

To our graduates and my students, my 
compliments and best wishes. 

— Mary Alice Lay 



We are happy about the new developments at 
Union College this year! We wish continued 
success to President Phillips, the faculty, staff, 
and students. 

— Len and Sandra Slusher 

Bring us your cleaning, laundry, and alteration 
and mending work. We give overnight service, or 
even 1-hour service on all dry cleaning. 

— Kustom Cleaners, Court Square, 
Barbourville 

You'll find just what you need in our extensive 
stock of general merchandise. 

— Knox County Supply Co. 
Court Square, Barbourville 

Building materials, TrueTest Paints, plumbing, 
electrical, and garden supplies and equipment — 
you'll find them all here! 

— Barbourville True Value 
Hardware 207 Knox Knox Street, 

Barbourville 

Good luck, grads, and best wishes. "Only you 
know how little you paid at Pic n Pay." Call us 
at 528-1871. 

— Pic 'n Pay Shoes, Trademart 
Shopping Center, Corbin 

This is where fashion footwear selections can 
fill your every need and fancy. 

— B & H Shoes, Trademart Shopping 
Center, Corbin 

Good luck to all Union College students, recent 
graduates and undergraduates. 

— Suzi and Rocky Healey 



The Alumni Association 
of Union College 



Officers, 1983-1984 



President 

First Vice-President 

Second Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Executive Secretary 



Walter Powell, Jr. '59 

Rev. George Lindsey Davis '70 

Richard Blish '64 

Sherry Cornett '79, M.A.E. '81 

Darita L. Mills '80 

Dwight Hendrix '54 



The greatest gift that Union College can bestow on an alumnus is an outstanding 
quality education, the maintenance of a high degree of academic excellence, and a 
reputation the alumnus can be proud of. 



Congratulations to our Seniors 



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Future Alumni of Union College 



Cal's Pizza Corner 

We invite the students of Union College 
to dine with us. Call us at 546-9322 for 
carry out service. Delivery after 5 p.m. 

Hours: 

Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. -10 p.m. 

Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. -12 p.m. 

Sunday 1 p.m. -10 p.m. 

201 Knox Street 
Barbourville 


The Jeans Depot 

Barbourville — Middlesboro 

Trademart Shopping Center, 

Corbin 

Williamsburg — London 

LaFollette, Tennessee 

"Choose Levis jeans when you want to look 
TOO good!" 


Mid-South Hi-Fi 

•Pioneer — Jensen — Sanyo 

Stereo Equipment 
•General Electric Televisions 
•Telephones and Supplies 
•Records and Tapes 

Trademart Shopping Center 

Corbin 

Telephone 528-0566 

Plaza Shopping Center 

Barbourville 

Telephone 546-8315 


Belk-Simpson 

"Where shopping is convenient and pleasant and 
the selection is wide." 

Trademart Shopping Center 
Corbin 



, ~, _ __- _—_- ,-»-« Decorative 

ASHLEYS A = 

US 25 North 
Men's and Ladies' Wear Corbin, KY 
Trademart Shopping Center 
Corbin 


Knox Auto Parts 

Wholesale Distributors 

Auto Parts, Plumbing 
and Electrical Supplies 

202 Court Square 

Barbourville 

Telephone 546-4150 


Compliments of 

York Hairstyles Unlimited 

100 Court Square 

Barbourville 

Telephone 546-5018 


Polly's Florist 

Flowers for All Occasions 

Your FTD Florist 

Cole Court 

Barbourville 

Telephone 546-6811 


Compliments of 

The Bank of Harlan 

Harlan, Kentucky 



1984 Stespean Staff 



At left: Jason LeMay 
Editor-in-Chief 




Glenda Sadler 
Section Editor 



Charles Gross, Raymond Short, and Dr. Lester Woody at work on 
laying out the yearbook's pages. 




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